California's International Climate Pact?
The same day President Trump withdrew the United States from the Paris
climate agreement, the governors of New York, California, and
Washington announced a domestic effort to combat global warming, the
U.S. Climate Alliance.
A New Approach to Solve Resiliency, Efficiency, Sustainability
This webinar from Greentech Media will discuss how municipal, district,
institutional, commercial campus or large buildings can benefit from a
“Microgrid-as-a-Service” business model approach to stabilize their
long-term energy costs and upgrade critical energy infrastructure
without up-front capital.
Effective IoT Strategies Can Save Energy
IoT (Internet of Things) essentially is the networking of smart
devices, buildings and other items with electronics, which enable the
collection and exchange of data.
Hour’s Difference Triggers Pushback Over California’s Time-of-Use
When it comes to California’s time-of-use rates and the effect they'll
have on solar power, a single hour can make a huge difference
Diego County Draft Climate Action Plan Available For Public Comment
The draft plan seeks to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from 2014
levels by 2 percent in 2020, 40 percent in 2030 and 77 percent in 2050.
Training on Title 24 Part 6 - August 17th in Jackson, CA
If there are not enough registrants, the training will be
canceled so please take advantage of this valuable opportunity for
local governments building inspectors and plan examiners.
Planner - City of Palo Alto
Planner/Analyst - Humboldt State University
Senior Manager, Communications - Energy Foundation
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That's all for this week. Have a great weekend!
Cary Garcia Jr.
Government Energy Efficiency Best Practices Coordinator